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Women’s and Gender Studies, B.A.
Women’s and Gender Studies, B.A.

Women’s and Gender Studies, B.A.

  • ID:UOT10089
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
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Admission Requirements

Entry requirements

  • An International Application for Admission. TU also accepts the Common App.

  • Original secondary/high school transcripts with a certified translation if not in English.

  • Original transcripts from all colleges/universities attended with a certified translation if not in English.

  • Students with more than 48 or more academic credit hours are not required to supply secondary school documents.

  • Official IGCSE, A-Level, International Baccalaureate Diploma Program, or Advanced Placement results if taken.

English requirements

  • TOEFL iBT:  70

    • (ETS Institution code: 6883)

    • Minimum subscores:

    • 15 Reading

    • 15 Listening

    • 18 Speaking

    • 17 Writing

  • IELTS: 6.0

  • Minimum subscores:

    • 6 Reading

    • 6 Listening

    • 6 Speaking

    • 5.5 Writing

    • Cambridge English: 169

  • No individual score below 162

  • Duolingo English Test (DET): 100

  • ELS: Level 112

  • The Language Company (TLC): Level 9

  • Kaplan English: Advanced Level

  • Kaplan English: Higher Intermediate Level with Kaplan iBT 70

Course Information

The program in women’s and gender studies at The University of Tulsa considers how gender and other intersecting factors, such as race, class, culture, sexuality, and age, have worked to shape the life experiences of people from diverse backgrounds. The program analyzes the contemporary and historical factors that underlie the current statuses of diverse individuals from all parts of the world and explores the various means by which people have sought to achieve equality.

The program’s dual emphases on interdisciplinary and intersectionality offer students analytical frameworks and methodological tools with which to understand people’s life experiences, interactions, and economic and social institutions. Courses promote awareness and knowledge of status-based oppression, people’s interrelationships, and the ways in which civil rights movements throughout history have struggled for equity. The program seeks to contribute to changing the attitudes and practices that either silence people’s voices or that work to devalue, marginalize, or subordinate certain people’s choices and life experiences. The Bachelor of Arts degree is offered in this area.

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Tulsa Curriculum Requirements (53 hours)

Core Curriculum (28 hours)

  • FYE 1001 First Year Experience

  • ENGL 1033 Exposition and Argumentation

  • MATH 1083 Contemporary Mathematics ( STAT 2013, QM 2013 or a higher MATH course will fulfill requirement)

  • FS 1973 First Seminar

  • AS 2001 The Liberal Arts and Preparation for Life after Graduation **

  • 4973 Senior Project (3 hours)

  • Language (14 hours)***

General Curriculum (25 hours)

  • Block I Aesthetic Inquiry and Creative Experience (6 hours)

  • Block II Historical and Social Interpretation (12 hours)

  • Block III Scientific Investigation (7 hours including one lab)

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InsuranceFee: 1,900 USD

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